Enning Chang focuses her practice on internal and governmental investigations, and compliance with anti-corruption, data privacy and cybersecurity regulations. She assists clients in designing compliance programs and conducting compliance due diligence. Prior to joining the firm, Ms. Chang practiced at a boutique law firm in Washington, DC, handling matters including investigation.
Ms. Chang has a master's degree from Duke University School of Law, where she was a Salzburg Cutler Fellow in International Law and worked in the Duke International Human Rights Clinic on issues related to trafficking in persons.
- LLM, Duke University School of Law, 2020, Salzburg Cutler Fellow
- MCL, University of Hong Kong, 2019
- LLB, East China University of Political Science and Law, 2018
- New York
- PRC Qualified (not practicing)
- Chinese (Mandarin)
- Chinese (Cantonese)